56 Tasting Notes
Yummm! Pumpkin Chai! I forgot about you in the back of my cupboard. I only had a little bit left and was saving it and now I hear that its coming back at the end of the month – yah!! A nice blend of spice and sweetness. There is just something so comforting about pumpkin, love this tea :)
So this tea doesn’t taste like raspberries, but the predominant tastes are the lemongrass and honeybush. Not that those tastes are a bad thing, I still enjoyed the tea, but when the name and description imply raspberries it is kind of disappointing. Maybe David’s Tea should adjust the recipe for this tea to bring out the raspberry taste more.
I just love citrusy teas (if that is a word) and this one is definitely citrusy :) I’ve had this a few times on its own and its quite tasty and I also mix it with the skinny tea to make the skinny tea more palatable.
Very very similar to Mother’s Little Helper, maybe sweeter. Definitely did the trick and made me very sleepy but I still prefer Mother’s Little Helper.
So one of my coworkers gave me this tea as she did not like it. I’m not one to turn down free Davids tea so I took it off her hands for her :) I decided to finally try it before going to bed last night. I’ve had this tea for a couple of months and everytime I go to try some I am intimadated by the smell which reminds of halls cough drops – must be the juniper berries. I made sure to only steep this for 4 minutes as I didn’t want it to be too strong. The tea was not bad but not something I can see myself craving or restocking unless I can see uber health benefits. The taste was way more mellower than the smell but I still mostly tasted the juniper berries.
(Backlogging) I had this yesterday morning. I love how this tea is sweet and minty.